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… inhabit a world of six to eleven dimensions, although our results should qualitatively hold when extrapolated with some care to higher dimensions. Comment: 6 pages, 2 figure…

… anticipated period of deepening integration of ICT into the fabric of global society. Human capabilities and inter-relationships actually constitute the primary source of value in a world of increasingly urgent problems and opportunities, yet…

We are transient beings, in a world of constantly changing culture. At home in the fields of Art and Science, seemingly capable of magnificent abstractions, humans have an intense need to externalize their insights. Music is an art and a…

We are rapidly moving toward a world of ubiquitous video where personal networked video cameras are everywhere. Already, camera-equipped cell phones are becoming commonplace. Imagine being able to tap into all of these live video feeds to…

… our ability to act and educate in an environment where the teacher will assume himself as a mediator of emotions, within a world of ever more complex social relations. Then, we are ending another edition of Digital Thematic Education certain…

We are moving towards a world of pervasive computing in which users can access and manipulate information from anywhere at anytime. Computing devices and networks are becoming ubiquitous. In this new world, computing will no longer be…

We are living in a world of steel. Although there are a lot of other material in use, our most used material is steel. From building industry to transportation and even mother industries like mining, we use steel in different grades and…

We are living in a world of service economy. Global markets have radically transformed from product-based industrial structures to service-based post-industrial ones over the past fifty years. IT has catalyzed a significant portion of this…

We are living in a world of perplexity. Professor E. G. Conklin in Man, Real and Ideal says “mankind is now in the midst of one of the greatest crises in its long history”. Dr. F. S. C. Northrop in the Meaning of East and West tells us…

We are living in a world of over seven billion people, with annual greenhouse gas emissions of approximately 50 billion tons a year and rising steadily. If continued unabated, the world is on target to warm by about 2 °C in less than 40…

We are living in a world of ever-increasing communication between people speaking different languages and with more efficient use of e-resources. Computer-assisted foreign language learning is a process of doing this, amongst many others.

We are living in a world of commercialization—everything has a price tag and conspicuous consumption appears to be the way of the western world. The media and politicians remind us that our educational system must prepare our students to…

We are living in a world of big sensor data. Due to the widespread prevalence of visual sensors (e. g. surveillance cameras) and social sensors (e. g. Twitter feeds), many events are implicitly captured in real-time by such heterogeneous…

We are immersed in a world of high contrast scenes that we cannot directly reproduce in displayed images. Night scenes, sunny days, and glaring reflections are lled with contrasts measured in ratios of thousands or millions to one, but we…

We are born to move, conceived and harbored in a prenatal world, sans weltenschauung, a world of f lu id forces in which we develop tac i t knowledge, molded by a mother’s gestures, actions, breathings, movements through space and in love,…

We are born into a world of things. From masking tape to Mandarin, from computers to swaddling cloth, we enter into an existing cultural and technical system. Our sensory, cognitive, and motor faculties are put to work immediately to learn…

… nation-state as a legitimate source of collective identity and a normative condition of governance, nor to determine which theoretical vocabulary can best replace the image of a world of discrete nation-states. Rather, its aim is to reconsider a specific thread of concerns that in some measure has held together the quilt-wor…

We announce the first official Crypto-World Rankings in an unbiased attempt to geographically identify the real nations of excellence in the field. 1 Motivation In a world of increasing international co-operation, expanding communication…

We analyze the dynamic interaction between imitators and optimizers in a changing world. To this end, we put forward a symmetric duopoly game of strate-gic substitutes where players interact repeatedly in a world of demand- and…

… helped financing deficits by significantly lowering financial costs. Interest rates remain at low levels for several years implying a rise in the debt of firms and households. In a world of growing interdependences, the economy is now more…

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